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Maryland’s medical cannabis program is one of the most robust and effective in the country. It provides ease of participation and access, while consistently delivering a safe, reliable wellness solution for patients, providers, and business owners. We believe within a few years, Maryland’s program will provide 120,000 Marylanders with the benefits of medical cannabis. And a new industry means new jobs across the state – jobs with a healthy dose of purpose that serve patients seeking new healthcare options.

What you need to know aboutMEDICAL CANNABIS LEGISLATION

When there’s reform, you need the latest information. Visit here to keep up with the conversation in Maryland and across the U.S.

  • 12/09/16 PRE-APPROVAL AWARDED TO 102 DISPENSARY APPLICANTS
  • 11/08/16 U.S. ELECTION 2016: 8 OUT OF 9 CANNABIS MEASURES PASS | MEDICAL: FL, AR, ND & MT | ADULT USE: CA, MA, NV & ME
  • 08/15/16 PRE-APPROVAL AWARDED TO 15 GROWERS AND 15 PROCESSORS
  • 05/10/16 GOVERNOR HOGAN SIGNED HB 104

Legalizing Cannabis in the U.S.

In 2014, Maryland became the 21st state to enact a medical cannabis program. As of now, 28 states and the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis use, both medical and adult. With distinguished institutions like University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and the National Institutes of Health, Maryland has a long history as a progressive health care state. We are poised to not only enact a medical cannabis program but create an ecosystem exporting research-based, clinically verified homeopathic solutions across the country.

  • No laws legalizing cannabis
  • Approved for medical use
  • Approved for adult use

AN EMERGING & SUPERIOR VALUE PROPOSITION IN HEALTH CARE

If medical cannabis has helped you or someone you know, please share the benefits of this natural remedy with our leaders. Connect with your local, state, and federal representatives to further empower Maryland’s medical cannabis program. Be an advocate for patients and providers.

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Maryland is served by Chris van Hollen and Ben Cardin in the U.S. senate.

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Curio Wellness is leading the conversation on De-Scheduling Cannabis and placing the application of this medical plant under the existing framework of the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act. Along with our legal partners, we have found a workable solution to ease the regulatory constraints placed upon the industry and its patients. We encourage you to support this position with your congressional delegation.